Shell looks for approval as Arctic plan goes ahead

Shell looks for approval as Arctic plan goes ahead

Activists warn of future well blowouts, oil spills
Donna Gordon Blankinship/Associated Press
Ships bringing oil-drilling equipment to Alaska, left, pass through Seattle’s Elliott Bay as a Washington State Ferry passes on its way into Seattle. A capping stack, a containment dome and a flotilla of vessels carrying cleanup gear are accompanying two drill ships to Alaska and are part of a response plan that has won the blessing of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
Members of Shell’s well-delivery group, along with representatives from the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement witnessed the deployment near Bellingham, Wash., of the capping stack that will join Shell’s Alaska drilling fleet.

Shell looks for approval as Arctic plan goes ahead

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Donna Gordon Blankinship/Associated Press
Ships bringing oil-drilling equipment to Alaska, left, pass through Seattle’s Elliott Bay as a Washington State Ferry passes on its way into Seattle. A capping stack, a containment dome and a flotilla of vessels carrying cleanup gear are accompanying two drill ships to Alaska and are part of a response plan that has won the blessing of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
Members of Shell’s well-delivery group, along with representatives from the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement witnessed the deployment near Bellingham, Wash., of the capping stack that will join Shell’s Alaska drilling fleet.
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